Despite the daunting forecast, yesterday actually turned out to be a pretty decent day on the mountain. We managed to dodge any rain from Claudette that all seemed to stay well to the south, and we got to enjoy more sunshine than anticipated. Today should be similar as far as intermittent clouds and sun, with slight chances for rain this afternoon. Winds have already picked up, and we could witness gusts upwards of 25mph. Temps will warm today, especially down below, as we are starting off in the mid 50s and could reach 70° this afternoon. A cool down is expected for Tuesday that will see our overnight lows drop back into the 40s. Today marks the summer solstice and longest dose of daylight for the year. We’re logging just over 14.5 hours of light these days, with sunrise happening a quarter after 6:00 and sunset a touch before 9:00.